PUBLIC CALL FOR EXPERT/STERMS OF REFERENCE
POSITION: Expert/s for developing a capacity building training program for CSOs on high-level advocacy, data collection, analysis and monitoring for issues related to actions against violation of human rights, including women, children, labour and social rights, migration and combating organized crime, especially human trafficking and (labour) exploitation.
APPLICATION PROCEDURE & SELECTION PROCESS
Interested expert/s should develop and submit the bidding proposal in English language to respond to above-mentioned specific tasks no later than 03. May.2019.
The bidding proposal should include:
- CV of experts involved emphasizing relevant experience, description of previous similar work, including at least references from previous clients;
- Clear description of the approach and as well as brief description of training program;
- Financial proposal;
- Writing samples of previous training methodologies and/or programs.
The selection process will be based on the following evaluation criteria:
- Brief presentation of the experts and the experience in similar activities: description of previous work, samples of previous methodologies done; 3. Proposed methodology and approach 4. Relevance of biography (area of interest, years of experience) 4. Financial proposal
DEADLINE FOR SUBMISSION
All bids need to be submitted no later than 03. May 2019, at 17:00h in electronic version, to the email firstname.lastname@example.org. A selection will be made no later than 06.May .2019 and the selected expert/s will be contracted no later than 07.May.2019 only short listed consultants/teams will be contacted.
Association against violence and trafficking in human beings – Open Gate
Sava Kovacevic 1а, 1000-Skopje
Phone: +389 2700 107
Contact person: Marija Todorovska e-mail: email@example.com
The call can also be downloaded on the following link: PUBLIC CALL FOR EXPERT/S
Installation "Handle with Care
Friday, November 2 at the National Gallery of Macedonia -Mala Station, we successfully opened the art installation "Handle with Care." Thanks to all the citizens, institutions, CSO and international organizations that came to see the event and support the initiative.
The messages s was clear, it is necessary to continue together with the efforts against trafficking in human beings both at the international and at the national level. We need to ensure the timely identification and to provide unreserved protection to victims.
On November 3, we continued with panel discussion, with representatives of MTSP, HOPS, Coalition of margins, Open Gate/ La Strada and other participants’ mostly young professionals and other citizens.
We agreed that trafficking in human beings should not be a taboo topic. The recruitment of women's rights, the strengthening and support of women and girls and gender equality should be at the center of the efforts to prevent trafficking in human beings and exploitation.
For all of you who were not able to visit the event in Skopje, can come to the events planned in Tetovo on 7/8 / 9.11.2018 in the Center for Balkan Cooperation and Bitola on 13/14 / 15.11.2018 - Center for Culture. This project continues to travel in the other cities, in cooperation with the Association Women Forum Tetovo and NGO Semper Bitola. We expect to visit us.
The project and installation Handle With Care is an initiative of the artists Patricia Kaersenhout and Jimini Hignett as a two-part exhibition at the Tropenmuseum in Amsterdam as part of the 150th anniversary exhibition of the abolition of slavery in the Netherlands. The project is organized by the Open Gate with the support of the Embassy of the Kingdom of the Netherlands in Macedonia and Tirana and aims to raise awareness of the trafficking among public especially the yout
Call for participants of the Regional Social Academy
IRIS, within Network of CSOs providers of social services Initiative, lead by IDC and in partnership with Arbeiter-Samariter-Bund Deutschland e.V., are announcing the Call for participants of the Regional Social Academy, which will be held in Belgrade, Serbia from 26thto 29th November 2018.
Academy offers participants a unique opportunity to benefit from a diversified training package, exploring migration policy and governance in the region, linkages between migration and social service delivery, and instruments and mechanisms for protecting migrants’ rights. Participants will attend 4 day tailor-made training consisted of different learning methodologies including lectures, workshops, discussions and field visits. The Academy program will enable further improvements and optimization to the needs, interests and constraints of the participants and their institutional and organizational environments. Successful participants will obtain certificates, and enter Academy Alumni. Outstanding results at the Academy will be seen as an advantage when applying for EU based traineeships organized by IRIS Network.
For the application procedure, please follow the link: http://iris-see.eu/apply-to-iris-network-social-academy/
ToR national consultant for action plan and training on the Unified SOPs Macedonia
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Five years on, Clean Clothes Campaign commemorates Rana Plaza workers
Five years on, Clean Clothes Campaign commemorates Rana Plaza workers and calls for a recommitment for meaningful change in the garment industry
Today five years ago, the Rana Plaza building in Bangladesh collapsed. Thousands of workers at their sewing machines in the five factories that the building housed were buried in the collapsed structure ‑ 1,134 of them died, thousands more were injured. On this day our thoughts are with the families who lost loved ones five years ago and with the survivors that have to live with the memories of that dreadful tragedy. Please for more information open this link: Five years on